Prime Minister Modi invites Japanese youth to visit India ‘at least once’


Noting that India is as optimistic about the tech- and talent-driven future as it is proud of its past achievements, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday recalled Swami Vivekanand’s admiration for Japan and urged Japanese youth to visit India at least once. . Speaking to an Indian community program here, the prime minister said people-led governance in India today is constantly building people’s faith in democracy. Prime Minister Modi said Swami Vivekanand was impressed with Japan and suggested that young Indians should visit the country at least once in their lifetime. “By carrying forward this goodwill, I would like the young people of Japan to come to India at least once in their life,” the Prime Minister said. There was immense enthusiasm among the Indian diaspora for the program and chants of ‘Modi Modi and Jai Shree Ram’ echoed through the hall as he began his speech. “Every time I come to Japan, I receive extreme love from the people here. Some of you have been staying in Japan for years and have adapted the culture of this country. Yet the dedication to the culture and the Indian language continues to grow,” he said. The Prime Minister praised the Indian Diaspora for their contribution to Japan and at the same time appreciated their love for India. “We Indians cling to our ‘karmbhoomi’ with all our heart, but the love for our ‘matribhoomi’ never fades. We cannot stay away from our homeland. of our greatest forces,” Prime Minister Modi said. He said people-led governance is really working in India today. “This model of governance makes delivery efficient. This is the main reason for people’s ever-increasing faith in democracy. Today, India is as proud of its past as it is hopeful that technology, science and innovation and a talent-led future,” Prime Minister Modi said. He will also hold a bilateral meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. Prime Minister Modi chaired a roundtable with senior executives and CEOs of more than 34 Japanese companies in Tokyo and invited leaders to join India’s “Make in India for the World” campaign. The Prime Minister will participate in the second in-person Quad Leaders Summit on Tuesday, which will be an opportunity for leaders from the four Quad countries – Japan, Australia, Inda and the United States – to take stock of progress on the initiatives of the group. .(Only the title and image of this report may have been edited by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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